Enjoy the lovely setting and delectable food at the restaurant of Haad Tien Beach Resort, preparing a wide selection of Thai and western foods.

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Koh Tao. From the first coconut and bamboo huts next to the island of Kho Phangan, KohTao was still under Royal Patronage in those days but it didn't prevent those fortune seekers from claiming their stake of land. The island of Kho Taois one of the country's amazing tropical paradise. Blessed with golden beachesand secluded bays, tourists from all over the world come again year after year to soak up the amazing feeling of the island.

Koh Tao's reputation for backpackers other side of visitors being under KoTao is surrounded by sharks too, nice friendly ones fortunately. A culture shock to most people, but generally the island reacted with a passion to these new visitors, over the following months much change has taken place, new resorts, with more facilities, a new array of eating establishments offering cuisine from around the globe. The first generation of todays community (began,started] settling when they brought their families and started to harvest and cultivate the rich) soil and natural resources Koh Tao still being under Royal Patronage, plots of land were claimed, and cleared for coconut plantations. You can still see plenty of evidence of the large coconut plantations all over the island.

Koh Tao island of several days getting to access. The island of Kohtao is one of Thailand's amazing tropical gems. Blessed with golden beachesand secluded bays, tourists from many different countries come again year after year to experience the amazing feeling of the island. Departures and arrivals were on the local coconut boats, and even then delays of several days were common place, so back to the hammock and the world of dreams, the boat will come another day. The early 80's brought to KoTao some of the first back packers from Kohpangan who were looking for something different away from the crowds & masses who were going nuts for the full moon parties on Kohphangan.